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  • Piaget And Vygotsky: The Ideas Of Cognitive Development

    At three-years-old Mateo was fearful of Santa Claus, worried that his shadow was following him, and though that all adults knew his name. In addition, he knew his ABCs and how to count to ten. By the time he was eight-years-old, his view on Santa had completely reversed, he was no longer worried that his shadow was following him instead he made shadow puppets with his hands, and he could debate with his friends without getting upset. Additionally, he could read simple text and do simple math.…

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  • Essay On Adolescent Development

    child, Miss Fa age 17. Our main client is Miss Fa and the developmental stage that she is in right now is adolescent. In the next few paragraphs I will be discussing more about the key information of Miss Fa, her physical, cognitive, psychological and moral developmental stages, factors that impacted her well-being as well as the numerous community resources available to Miss Fa. Miss Fa is in her first year of Bio-medical engineering in Temasek Polytechnic. Her family’s religion is Islamic…

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  • Limitations Of Jean Piaget's Theory Of Cognitive Development

    Jean Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development is constructed of 4 different stages of development in children. It begins with the sensorimotor stage, and then continues throughout age with preoperational, concrete operational, and lastly formal operational. Each stage of Piaget’s theory has an achievement that is accomplished throughout the time frame, as well as several major limitations for each stage. Piaget’s process begins at birth and continue throughout life, beginning and ending at…

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  • Compare And Contrast Bowlby And Erikson's Attachment Theory

    Developmental theories are commonly utilized to provide a framework for understanding children’s behavior (Miller, 2011). Among these theories are John Bowlby’s Attachment Theory and Erik Erikson’s theory on psychosocial development. Bowlby’s Attachment theory explains how children develop an attachment to another individual. The term attachment is described as a dynamic relationship that is formed through the experience of interactions with others (Miller, 2011). On the other hand, Erikson’s…

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  • Sensorimotor Stage Child Case Study

    1 What are the general characteristics of the sensorimotor stage child? A child in the sensorimotor stage is between the ages of birth and 2 years old. Therefore, at this time the infant is using their senses and motor actions in order to discover and comprehend the world around them. At their youngest age they begin by functioning with innate reflexes, and as they grow to explore the world they progress towards “intelligent” actions. As this stage comes to its end the individual can now use…

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  • Child Development And Cognitive Development

    also, language development. Children also go through emotional and moral development, which could go wrong if a parent treats their child with no emotional love. Children that have no attachment with their parents tend to have an attachment disorder which can affect the child a lot. In this paper I will describe what happens through fetal, new born development and maturation, language and cognitive development, and emotional and moral development. When a child goes through new born…

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  • Lev Vygotsky's Cultural-Historical Perspective

    In modern psychology, many different viewpoints are used in order to study the mind. Among these views is the cultural-historical view, which uses cultural and social interactions to explain cognitive development. This view, founded by Lev Vygotsky, provided a revolutionary new perspective on learning and cognitive development which is still used today in order to teach children. The unique circumstances which Lev Vygotsky faced in his allowed allowed him to produce many new and effective…

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  • The Four Stages Of Kohlberg's Moral Development

    EEE Lawrence Kohlberg explain the moral development of children, which he believed follows a series of stages. According to the theory, moral reasoning develops in six stages, each more adequate at responding to moral dilemmas than the he work of Jean Piaget. Kohlberg also defined three levels of moral development which is the Pre-Conventional, Conventional, and Post-conventional and each level has two distinct stages. The six stages of Kolhberg’s moral development 1. Pre-Conventional Morality…

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  • Jean Piaget's Formal Operational Stage

    About Jean Piaget: Jean Piaget was born on August 9th, 1896 in Switzerland. He wrote over sixty books and hundreds of scholastic articles over his lifetime, the first in which he wrote a short paper about the albino sparrow that was considered to be the origins of his scientific career. Piaget studied natural sciences at the University of Neuchatel where he also held multiple chairs in psychology, sociology and history of science. He was also known for holding a chair for the history of…

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  • Howard Gardner's Cognitive Theory Analysis

    Howard Gardner Howard Gardner is known for his theory on multiple intelligences, and his belief that people learn in different ways (Lane, n. d.). Gardner suggests that there are seven types of learners: visual-spatial, bodily kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, linguistic, and logical-mathematical (Lane, n. d.). In 1997, Garden added an eighth intelligence, naturalist (Bennett, 2014). School systems must realize that all children do not learn in the same ways, and teachers must…

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